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Can someone list a kirtani(s) who do kirtan in raag. I know the famous ones like bhai balbir singh ji and bhai avtar singh ji. Actually I need something that I can practice my tabla to ( so someone who doesnt speed their rhythm in their kirtan).

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23 hours ago, KhalsaLover said:

Is there any others you guys would recommend? 

I think you've asked this before?  Check your previous threads, there maybe some in there. 

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10 minutes ago, simran345 said:

I think you've asked this before?  Check your previous threads, there maybe some in there. 

Nah that was about Ragi Baldev Singh ji ( GNNSJ)

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Jawaddi taksal focuses on gurmat sangeet in classic raag. 

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On 10/22/2016 at 8:19 PM, GurburAkal said:

Bhai Niranjan Singh Jawaddi

Bhai Gurmeet Singh Shant

Bhai Bakshish Singh (Puratan Raagi) - He is fast though

Bhai Gurfateh Singh Shant

and check out some tracks on this channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0aTVJDY6fdtbaraGDFRGYQ/videos

 

 

Thanks but who is Bhai Gurfateh SIngh Shant. I have heard of him before and what about chardikala Jatha?

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